College men’s volleyball postseason matches to follow tonight

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Check out all the NCAA men’s volleyball conference tournament matches to follow today and how to follow the matches live.

ConfCarolinas Tournament quarterfinals

No. 3 seed Erskine (13-10, 9-5 ConfCarolinas) vs. No. 6 seed King (6-20, 4-10 ConfCarolinas)
Match vitals:
7 p.m. in Due West, South Carolina
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ConfCarolinas Tournament titles: Erskine (2014, 2016); King (2018, 2023)
What to know: Top of the top offensive players in the ConfCarolinas will go up against each other as Erskine plays host to King in the conference tournament quarterfinals. Outside attacker Edgerrin Austin is second in the ConfCarolinas and in the nation’s top 20 with a 3.66 kills per game average, including having a combined 20 kills in two regular season matches against King. King is attempting to become the first school to repeat as ConfCarolinas Tournament champions since the conference started receiving an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in 2014. Outside attacker Warren Davis is in the conference top 10 averaging 3.72 kills per game. Davis also had a combined 70 kills in three ConfCarolinas Tournament matches last season en route to being named the tournament’s most outstanding player and King becoming the lowest seeded team in conference history to win the tournament.


No. 4 seed Mount Olive vs. No. 5 seed Barton (12-12, 6-8 ConfCarolinas)
Match vitals:
7 p.m. in Mount Olive, North Carolina
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ConfCarolinas Tournament titles: Mount Olive (2010, 2011);Barton (2017, 2019)
What to know: Barton’s return to the ConfCarolinas Tournament will feature a matchup against the school’s biggest rival. The Bulldogs after not qualifying for the tournament last year earned a berth this season and are attempting to win the program’s first postseason match since winning the ConfCarolinas Tournament championship in 2019. Barton is in the nation’s top 10 this season limiting opponents to a .212 attack percentage. Middle attacker Thomas Fannic also is fourth in the nation with a 1.18 blocks per game average. Setter Jackson Lahey has guided Mount Olive to a conference-best .281 attack percentage this season. The Trojans closed out their regular season hitting .398 in a sweep against the Bulldogs. Along with running the offense, Lahey leads the conference with a 0.43 aces per game average.